This concept may be difficult to comprehend in rational human and scientific thought beyond more than an allegorical fable. The truth is, at a deeper look, human understanding and capabilities are progressing rapidly with the aid of technological advancements and artificial intelligence. Allegorically, this is symbolic of Darwin's Evolution theory. From a humanistic perspective, it would seem as if the theory of evolution is indeed a scientific, biological and physical progression of the human species. In its truest sense, this evolution concept symbolizes progression of human intelligence and discovery through history. from a humanistic perspective, it's backwards. Darwinism is the fable. human beings are the result of the intelligent design of a higher source, the intricacy in the design eliminates other theories. today, human beings are getting closer to more fully understanding this realization through our growing capacity to understand the physics of the universe. God's word in the Bible and science do coexist, they are both describing the same entity under the same laws, and humans are catching up to this reality. Recently we have discovered the applications of quantum physics in super computers, which parallel the correlating concepts in Scripture. this all points us back to the fall, redemption, reversal, and restoration.
In geniuses, the immediate and temporary provision and resolution for Adam and Eves disobedience was God clothing their nakedness with garments made from the skin of an innocent animal. The innocent substitute allowed the couple to preserver. This concept of sacrificial atonement reflected the sacrificial system of the Torah. this became the divine means for restoring sinful behavior in human beings to a limited relationship with God, but a full and final restoration would require something more. Universal rebellion brought about the flood, and Humanity's steady descent in sinful rebellion demonstrated our inability to redeem ourselves- divine intervention was necessary beyond doubt. this first intervention began with Abraham. god chose Abraham and his descendants to become the instrument of his restored blessings in the world. This calling was formalized by an unconditional covenant- the Abraham in covenant formed the bedrock of Israel's unique role in God's redemptive plan and the guarantee that the nation would ultimately fulfill her mission. This would be further explicated and ultimately realized through three subsequent covenants.
In the Sinai covenant, God revealed the conditions in which Israel would enter her blessings and fulfill her role that brought kingdom blessings to the world. god promised that in-spite of Israel's rebellion he would bring the nation through severe judgements to sincere, universal national repentance and national redemption "in the latter days." in the covenant of David, 'god promised to raise up a redeemer, the seed of David, who as a priest would bring spiritual restoration for wayward Israel and for the world. As judge and king, this redeemer would restore the world to its Edenic state reestablishing the kingdom of God on earth. In view of Israel's consistent failure to fulfill the demands of the Torah at Sinai, and in his gracious allegiance to the covenant with Abraham, God promised to inaugurate a new covenant, bringing national repentance and spiritual transformation by the outpouring of the spirit of God. this transformation would enable Israel to fulfill the righteous demands of gods Torah, inherent in this blessing and becoming his vessel for world redemption as originally promised to Abraham.
Just as the Torah begins and ends with divine blessing, it begins and ends with a focus on the importance of the land. this is why the opening chapter mentions land twenty-one times. The theme of procreation is also present in the beginning and end of the Torah. exile also becomes a major antithesis to the divine plan of giving the land to his people. the torahs solution to the curse of disobedience is a chosen seed. Gods pledge to bring about a solution is through the making of a covenant. Gods choice of abram (Abraham's 'seed') through whom humanity will be blessed or cursed, the pro is of land, and the making of the Abraham is covenant must all be understood through the lens of this redemptive story. The Abrahamic covenant provides gods unconditional commitment to ensure the fulfillment of the covenant with all its promises. to summarize, the abrahamic covenant was made in the context of Abraham's faith, and god required from Israel, the covenant people, this same faith to enjoy the promises of this covenant. Faith is so central to this covenant that when Moses and Aaron did not believe, the were not permitted into the promised covenant land. this theme of faith and the abrahamic covenant becomes the theological theme for Pauls discussion of the Bible (the seed can be understood collectively and individually).